(03.02.2015) Hungary: From a Voting Booth Revolution to an Illiberal State? Political, Social and Economic Developments since 2010
News vom 27.01.2015
The Institute for Sociology and the Institute for East-European Studies (Sociology Department) organize on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 the following Workshop:
"Hungary: From a Voting Booth Revolution to an Illiberal State? Political, Social and Economic Developments since 2010"
03.02.2015, 18:00 (s.t.) Hörsaal A, Garystr. 55, 14195 Berlin
* Dorothee Bohle, Professor of Political Science at the Central European University, Budapest. Her recent book, Capitalist Diversity on Europe's Periphery (Cornell University Press 2012), which she co-authored with Bela Greskovits, is the winner of the 2013 Stein Rokkan Prize for Comparative Social Science Research.
* György Lengyel, Economic sociologist, university professor at the Corvinus University of Budapest; his latest publications include (co-authored with H. Best and L.Verzichelli) The Europe of Elites. A Study into the Europeanness of Europe’s Political and Economic Elites. Oxford, Oxford U.P. (2012)
* Péter Róbert, senior researcher at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Center for Social Science. His most recent publications include "Learning and Working: The Impact of the 'Double Status Position' on the Labour Market Entry Process of Graduates in CEE Countries" (co-author: Ellu Saar). European Sociological Review 2012/6, 742-754.
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Zeit & Ort
03.02.2015, 18:00 s.t - 20:00
Osteuropa-Institut, Garystraße 55, 14195 Berlin, Hörsaal A